Chamber sets the date for bubbly jubilee

The summer heat wave has not prevented the Visalia Chamber of Commerce from talking about Christmas. Today the Chamber announced that the beloved 35th Annual Christmas Tree Auction will have a [...]

COS puts school in students hands

As the fall semester begins to hit its stride, so can students with a new mobile app that has just been launched by the College of the Sequoias. The free mobile app is now available for download [...]

Making leaders one class at a time

We have all heard the phrase leaders are not born, they are made. That’s not to say that some people don’t display more innate leadership qualities than others. But even those seemingly “natural [...]

Visalia/Fresno shuttle drives on

A plan to create a bus route between Visalia and Fresno continues to move forward. On Aug. 3 the Visalia City Council accepted a grant of $43,835 from the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control [...]

Mentoring until the very end

Many members of Neighborhood Church in Visalia were dealt a heavy blow to their hearts this past week as Lead Pastor Steve Harms broke the news about his health. In a video posted on the Church’s [...]

Oktoberfest comes back to Visalia

On the heels of blazing summer heat comes the chance to celebrate the fall season with Oktoberfest 2015 hosted by the Visalia Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Budweiser. Mark your calendars [...]

Jury convicts attempted cop killer

A gang member who tried to kill two police officers was convicted by a jury last week. On July 28, a Tulare County jury found Luis Avilez, 27, of Visalia guilty of two counts of attempted murder [...]

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